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, chairman upton, that this is the law? you know, they have this whole thing, this is the existing law, this is the current law that passes the supreme court, blah, blah, blah. this is the law, and worry not going to change the law? >> well, how did they change the law for the employer mandate for a year? it happens, that's the way it goes. they are given lots of waivers. let's see regulations, delayed or imposed that say, hey, if you like the health insurance and you were insured earlier this year, can you keep it, worry not going to impose that penalty on you later on. >> i am staggered to lead, there are tweets about this, fred, and other things that valerie jared, the top adviser and jake carney are now blaming insurance companies for can selling plans within they are forced to by the obama care mandates. >> are you exactly right. it not their fault and, you know, we knew early on, private and mutual, cancelled a million policy, i think they announced that a year, a year-and-a-half ago something like that for people across the country. so they knew what they were getting into. the
of that law were found unconstitutional. one third of clinics were set to close their doors when the law would have gone into effect. one provision required doctors performing abortions to have admitting privileges of a hospital within 30 miles of that abortion facility. federal district judge wrote the admitting privileges provision of house bill 2 does not bear a rational relationship to the legitimate right of the state in preserving and promoting fetal life or a woman's health and in any event places a substantial obstacle in the path of a woman seeking an abortion of a non-viable fetus and is thus an undue burden to her. the judge struck down some of the law's restriks on the use of pills used to induce apportion. wendy davis issued this warning during her filibuster of the bill. >> i'd say if you vote for this bill you're simply happy to ignore medical science and watch women and children die for no reason. >> texas families are stronger and healthier when women across the state have access to quality health care. i would rather see our tax dollars spent on improving our kids' schools ra
law. nothing like it existed in the country back then. but republican mitt romney and the late democratic senator ted kennedy and a bunch of other folks from the state worked very, very hard to craft a law that made universal coverage possible in the great state of massachusetts. governor romney signed that law publicly with a big grin on his face back in 2006. well, today, president obama returned to that very room to talk about his signature health care law, which is based on what massachusetts did that worked so well in that state. the president was introduced by mitt romney's successor in massachusetts, governor duval patrick, and both the president and his friend, governor patrick, talked about what has gone wrong or can go wrong, with health care in your state. they talked about what could go wrong in the initial rollout, what goes wrong and how that stuff can get fixed. >> but our launch seven years ago was not flawless. we asked an i.t. staffer who has been at our connecter since the beginning, what the start-up was like, and i'm quoting. we didn't have a consequence is
abortion law. the anti-abortion law attracted national attention this summer, not just for its severity, but also because of texas democratic senator wendy davis and her 13-hour-long filibuster, which temporarily thwarted republicans' plans to pass that law. despite that filibuster and despite large protests, texas republicans did get the law passed, and governor rick perry's signature on it set in motion a countdown to texas clinics that provide abortions having to shut down. the law had been set to go into effect on tuesday of this week, so a few days ago. and a dozen clinics in the state expected to have to close their doors that day. on monday, at the eleventh hour, a federal judge stepped in and blocked the implementation of the law, saying it was unconstitutional, so the clinic stayed open. but tonight, a higher federal court, the appeals court for the conservative fifth circuit has overturned the monday ruling, which clears the way for the law to go into effect, basically, right now. this ruling, late tonight, means that a third of the facilities that provide abortions for women
, the law is working well. >> with a free market-based system that gets all of our citizens in the system. not with a government takeover. >> it doesn't mean a government takeover. connect the progressive vision of health care for all with some ideas about markets and competition that had long been championed by conservatives. ♪ ♪ i'm stepping up >> good to have you with us tonight, folks. thanks for watching. big baseball game tonight in boston. but something really changed happened just within the last hour. the clean-up hitter sdepd to the plate and knocked it out of the park. president obama proved that he can hit the curveball. because that's all the mainstream media has been throwing at the american people as of late. one curveball after another. so the president, at the top of his game, like the world series, steps out and lays it right on the line and sets the record straight. we start with breaking news tonight. president obama just wrapped up a big speech in boston, massachusetts, speaking in the big city. the beantown. you know, it's the same place governor mitt romney sign
's turned out to be the truth? do we -- we do a health care law reality check coming up with mark bertolini of aetna in a moment. >>> top white house adviser valerie jarrett tweeting nothing in obama care forces people out of their health plans. and nothing in the law is forcing insurance companies to tell people their plans are no longer offered. where's the discounnect. >> we'll do the fact-check when we speak exclusively to mark bertolini of aetna. stay tuned. ♪ [ male announcer ] when we built the cadillac ats from the ground up to be the world's best sport sedan... ♪ ...people noticed. ♪ the cadillac ats -- 2013 north american car of the year. lease this cadillac ats for around $299 per month with premium care maintenance included. at bny mellon, our business is investments. managing them, moving them, making them work. we oversee 20% of the world's financial assets. and that gives us scale and insight no one else has. investment management combined with investment servicing. bringing the power of investments to people's lives. invested in the world. bny mellon. female narrator:
, insurance policies that were in effect on march 23rd, 2010, when the law was enacted would be grandfathered. then a few months later despite the president's word, you all at hhs helped promulgate a new reg that in your own review showed it effectively could deny perhaps as many as more than 50%, maybe even higher of those holding individual policies the right to renew their own insurance plan. and i would guess that there are a lot of us on this panel today that are hearing from angry and confuse confused constituents, who are now being forced to go on to a an inept web site, whether they like it or not, to shop for a new roo plaeplacement policy, f premiums as high as 100% before and some up to 400% higher that i've heard from as well rising deductibl deductibles. when was the president informed of the regulation change? if so, was he informed this totally undermines his biggest selling point. in a statement each made more than three years after the regulation change was promulgated, the president said again, "the first thing u need to know is this -- if you have already have health care,
law with its thousands of employees. also sprint ceo, dan hesse. mobility a huge issue. if there may be more consolidation in the telecom industry. softbank acquired 80% of sprint. >> trying to upgrade the spectrum for them. then on this halloween, easily the scariest, most horrifying story we can find. this morgan stanley report that says the world is running out of wine. >> what? >> i can hear our viewers now. >> what? [ screaming ] >> yes, we hear you, viewers. we'll have that story coming up a little bit later on "closing bell." won't we, maria? >> we will. let's check the markets as we approach this final hour for the month. dow jones industrial average off the highs down in negative territory, seven points. 15,611. strong october. the month very strong. we're ending on a mixed note. nasdaq composite actually higher today. although it, too, is coming off of the highs of the day. 3932. s&p 500 where we are looking at a fraction on the upside. quarter point. 1763. steady moves. >> very steady moves. on this halloween the man they call sugar daddy. here's bob pisani with a look at
will defend his health care law. verizon said it was doing maintenance on the system. there was a similar halt on sunday. we'll have more on these stories in just a few minutes. >>> but first, the rest of today's agenda, earnings central will be hearing from general motors, nbc parent comcast, chrysler, corning and sodastream, all before the bell. this afternoon, we have visa, facebook, comcast, kraft foods and many others. on the economic front, the fed wraps up a two-day fomc meeting in washington. this is a policy announcement set tore 2:00 p.m. eastern today. the central bank is expected to maintain its massive bond buying campaign. fed watchers say ben bernanke and company may point to softer readings on the economy to signal that the policy will be extended into next year. >>> as for the other items on today's economic agenda, the october adp employment report is going to be released at 8:15 eastern time. it's expected to show 150,000 private jobs were added this month. the whisper number, though, is below that. we'll see what happens. coming up at 8:30 eastern time, we have the septembe
. and legal briefs too. two huge stories in the world of law, one involves a merger that could mean hundreds of legal -- my goodness, legal briefs, hundreds of layoffs, not sure i will get through this. a memo that has everybody talking about the place of young women in the business world and how they should dress and act. first to sue at the nyse. >> my, my, my. stocks having a so-so day but we're at or near record levels for several indices, close to dow 16,000 than 15,000. the nasdaq 65 points from 4,000. where is the retail investor in all of this? mary thompson found out. >> hey, sue. data suggest the retail investor remains cautious with the markets at record highs. outflows continue while trading activity at discount brokerages is modest. investors began pulling money out of stock funds in may of 2011. since then, u.s. equity funds have seen net monthly outflows in 25 of the last 28 months through august. the september numbers aren't final but weekly figures suggest the exodus continued in the two weeks out of the three recorded so far for october. so recent data from discount brokera
. as soon as the law was passed, he saw the vision. they got to work on the infrastructure for the exchange. they're up and running and it's working. he's cut through all the negative misinformation, and all of the lies that have been out there about obama care, and clearly explained to us today why this law is good, it's working, and it's great for the country as a whole. >> congratulations. >> thank you very much. thanks for coming to kentucky. >> it's good to be here. why is it so smooth in kentucky? >> well, our folks are the real heroes here, ed. the people that work in this building, that work all over the state, educating kentuckyions about what the affordable care act is all about. our folks got in early and worked with the vendors on the website, and as you know, we had very few problems with it. and it's cranking out people that are joining up every day at the rate of about a thousand a day. we're now over 32,000 people who have signed up for affordable health care. >> you got on the ground floor. i mean, you wanted to do this, correct? >> i wanted to do this, but it was a two-par
. >> tried to help people understand the law and make it work. >> the former president blasts republican i had log. >> putting people first, as opposed to some abstract philosophy. >> and today's top trender. glitch mob. >> millions of americans are visiting healthcare.gov. unfortunately, the site was only designed to handle six users at a time. >> it's very frustrating. it is certainly not what we wanted to be. >> when you become a parody on "saturday night live," it's awful hard to recover. >> i.t., can we get someone from i.t. in here? >> righty's target kathleen sebelius for healthcare.gov's poor health. >> the website was supposed to be the easy part. she has lost considerable credibility. >> absolutely, she should resign. >> this is a woman that has to be fired. >> you're fired. >> and at the end of the day, somebody has to be held responsible. and the secretary, who is in charge of this implementation, is that person. ♪ ♪ how we gonna fix it >> joining me tonight is congressman javier bess sarra of california. congressman, good to have you with us tonight. i guess the witch hunt
in boston where mitt romney signed romney care into law. and there, president obama defended the affordable care act. >> president obama is expected to share the limelight. >> so health care reform in this state was a success. >> president obama is minutes away. >> stop in boston by the president. >> from a critical speech on his health care law. >> let's face it. we've had a problem. >> website glitches. >> website hasn't worked the way it is supposed to. >> no doubt about that. >> no excuse for it. >> i apologize. >> i am accountable to you for fixing these problems. >> taking the blame. >> kathleen sebelius. >> we were wrong. we must fix it. >> a few committee members. >> had their rehearsed one-liner. >> to be played on cable news. >> some people like to drive a ford not a ferrari. >> has a man ever delivered a baby. >> of come on in the water is fine. >> toto, we are not in kansas. >> the proverbial, we are not in kansas any more. >> you are from kansas. we are not in kansas anymore. >> you clearly, whatever. >> we are working overtime to improve it every day. >> that's good news. >> t
to the airport gates. nbc news, according to law enforcement officials, say he's paul anthony ciancia, 23 years old, u.s. citizen. apparently not related to the tsa. there were conflicting reports earlier. authorities say seven people in all were injured. six taken to local hospitals. ciancia's condition is not known but apparently he was shot by police. authorities at the airport say that the situation is static now. that operations in some parts of the airport will be back to normal but not necessarily in terminal 3, which includes allegiant, frontier, jetblue and virgin america. there have been ripple effects in traffic control system across the country as traffic was stopped, ground hold, for flights headed to los angeles and all the way across the country in new york. the port authority of new york and new jersey says it has stepped up patrols at three new york area airports just in case. but no direct result, they say, in terms of air traffic from the situation at l.a.x. back to you. >> scott, thank you. let's actually get more details on the impact it's had on the airport itself and the
. >> moving on popularity for the president's signature health law is trending downward amid frustration with its glitchy launch. 37% say the law was a good idea. down slightly from a month ago. 47% say it's a bad idea. 40% say they are less confident based on what they have seen and heard and just 9% say they feel more confident. half say their opinion hasn't changed. when it comes to the quality of the website, 37% believe the problems will only last a short time and 31% believe it's a long term issue. 30 say it's too soon to say. it's not just the presidentess critics panning the rollout of the affordable care act. his own cabinet secretary calls the website miserably frustrating. health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius struck an apolo gettic tone during testimony yesterday on capitol hill. she faced an almost four hour grilling on this. nbc's kelly o'donnell was there. >> reporter: a crisis on her watch. would you consider giving people more time to enroll? >> some democrats are asking for that. >> reporter: healthercare.gov website kathleen sebelius drew a lot of atten
. that's not true. it will be fixed by november. then it's that the entire law needs to be replaced. the republicans have yet to offer any alternative. 40 plus votes to repeal the law is not a viable alternative. we heard ted cruz argue that it will bankrupt america. they say that the law will actually reduce the deficit by hundreds of billions of dollars. then there's this little sugar blum, that it will wreck the economy. that's a hard one to make when the stock market hit an all-time high. thank you congressman. i'm beginning to fall in love with everybody in new jersey. tell me about the tenor of the discussion today. >> it was all scare tactics and the gop trying to sabotage the affordable care act. the first thing was this idea that you mentioned at first about the insurance companies taking away your plan. this is private insurance in a competitive market. so the insurers that are canceling these individual policies are doing so because they are not going to be able to sell them. if you have a skeletal plan that has very vifew benefits and cosa lot and somebody else is on the
of the gop's attack to derail the health care law at all costs. republicans withhold all support when the law first makes its way through both chambers of the congress in 2009. in 2010, scott brown of massachusetts wins the special election up there after running a campaign to kill the legislation. his victory gives the gop 41 votes in the senate which gives them the power to block any fixes or improvements in the new law. once implementation begins, republican governors across the country refuse to build their own state exchanges putting unexpected pressure on the federal exchanges. then congressional republicans refuse to give hhs the money it needs to build the federal exchange. then there's the obstruction campaigns. they include gop darlings like rush limbaugh and dick marsh urging people to avoid tax refunds as a ways to avoid or sign petitions rejecting their state exchanges. then there's the gop icing on the cake. a two-week government shutdown and the threat to blow up the economy if the health care isn't dismantled. strong stuff. ron reagan, i want to start with you. this has been a
. a federal judge has declared part of a new texas law placing restrictions on abortions as unconstitutional. the ruling allows a number of effecting abortion clinics in that state to stay open. >>> penn state says it will pay nearly $60 million to men who claim they were sexually abused by jerry sandusky. >>> and inmates that escaped through a shower room have been caught. back to "hardball." >>> we've got to implement this health care law. the computer deal will get fiked up. don't worry about that. everybody's forgotten, by the way, that when george w. bush a republican put that medicare part "d" drug program in, it was more unpopular than the health care law and they had terrible problems with the computers. our side, we're not so ideological. so instead of screaming about how incompetent they were, we tried to help people understand the law and make it work. >> welcome back to "hardball." isn't he great? that was former president bill clinton stumping for terry mcauliffe. coming up next, we're going to talk about what really happened in benghazi. first let's look at how the health care
-involved shooting. in other words, that's when the suspect was in law enforcement parlance neutralized by parent police. we do not know the condition of the suspect. nbc news is reporting, and airport officials are not confirming, that there is a dead tsa agent. the tsa's union is also saying one of its agents was killed in this incident and at least three others are injured. now authorities at l.a.x. are saying that, in fact, there were a total of seven injured, six seriously enough to be taken to local hospitals. the air traffic situation remains somewhat in chaos. but there is a portion of the airport at least that is open and to some degree accepting flights. but there has been a ground stop under way for much of the afternoon. we're about three hours into this incident. again, still trying to get the details. one more, public mass shooting, at l.a.x., involving a semi-automatic assault rifle. the suspect is either in custody or dead, beginning on who you believe. that's not clear. seven people injured. six taken to hospitals. we'll continue to try to sort all of this out. back to you. >> sc
that they pass. some of the ocsea laws don't apply -- >> it was weird that grassley introduced it to try to put the heat on his democratic colleagues to have them have to do it. now all of his people have to do it. >> we'll see where the rest of these stories come down. also, though, we should tell you about the treasury department announcing americans who use flexible spending accounts for heths care costs may now be able to carry up to $500 of expiring money into the next year. traditionally, if you had an fsa, you faced a use it or lose it deadline of december 3 e. this was your money. you could put up to $2,500 aside. if you didn't lose it, though, you lost that money. >> this is a big deal. >> for 500 bucks. >> yes. there's people all over the country losing this money regularly. the big question becomes companies like wage works and others -- >> wageworks stinks. >> that administer these programs, the money for them is in taking the -- is in the money that you don't use. >> i know. i don't do this any more. wage works is a terrible program. i don't do it any more because they try and go a
little in this law that impacts employer plans. the problem comes in the individual market. and that's what we're looking at. we were hearing about the people getting cancellation letters or getting letters saying that their current policy did not meet aca standards and, therefore, was going to have to be dramatically changed. in both cases those folks are not able to keep their insurance even if they wanted to. so our team went to, tried to do a little digging in to the universe of this and i went to the regulations from june of 2010, which dealt with the grandfathering issue. in it, when it comes to individual plans it says because of all the turnover you customarily get in the individual market, that a reasonable range for the percentage of individual policies that would terminate and therefore relinquish their grandfather status is 40 to 67%. then on top of that because of the way they have defined what constitutes a current policy in a way that means if your deductible has changed significantly or whatever then you can't qualify for grandfathering, then when you add those two pa
, get the website up by november 30th as they've said, in time for people to buy the coverage that law requires them to have in 2014. if they can't get that working, and people can't get that coverage, that is a betrayal of the core promise of obama care and that would be the point at which you would see democrats peeling off. i think this is a problem, the one you and michele were discussing and the white house was telling a part of the truth, not the whole truth, and they set out by design to change the individual market and the president didn't really love with people about what was going to happen on that market because a whole lot of changes have come to pass. in response to your question earlier, tyler, i think the predominance of what the president was talking about, employer based coverage as most americans do, you would be able to keep that unless the employer dropped it. that is the case. those of us at nbc or other large companies who have health insurance, this, the obama care new rules don't affect us because our plans meet those rules. it was by design they raise the stan
written into the law. and we can certainly enact those. but again, we think there's better ways to save money and still have money to do some of the things the president's talking about doing. infrastructure development and certainly easing some of the domestic spending cuts that will otherwise take place. >> can you guarantee sir, with these negotiations we're not going to be in the very same place we were before the extreme wing of your party picked up with the obama care fight? there senator ted cruz have a big voice. >> look, i think the president would have been a lot better off today if he would have done the one thing we asked which was delay obama care for a year. i don't think that was an extreme request. given the debacle of the rollout, i think they probably should have heeded us. i think it's going to hurt the democrats and the president but the american people long-term. in terms of what we're willing to do, we are willing to sit sit down and negotiate. i'm one member of congress. i don't think we're likely to be in a government shutdown mode again. it's a question whether
their minds. that is a bad new for the government. confidence in the new health care law, this is really bad for the president. less confident, 40% of americans now say they are less confidence in the health care law. that is attributable to this botched rollout. it hasn't even captured some of the most recent bad news data that we've had here in the headlines now that we're up to october 31st. also republicans not fairing very well in this at all, either. and this is sort of a hangover here from the government shutdown. view of the republican party very positive, just 6%. negative and very negative, 23% and 30%. that's a 53% negative rating for the republican party. so it's really a pox on all your houses here in washington, d.c. bad poll numbers for just about everybody. but for the president, this is a bad one, 42% approval. now it's also true that his personal favorbility, that's up and down. that's something that the president has been able to rely on. now we're starting to see that number slipping, as well. and 70% ooh americans say the country is simply on the wrong track. that is a b
million people who are supposed to get new health coverage under the law, half of that is under medicaid and half of that is under the exchanges. the numbers have changed since then because a number of the states have opted out of the medicaid expansion. but in general the exchanges in theory should provide a better insurance product than medicaid. medicaid's outcomes are terrible because you really don't have access to a doctor because a lot of doctors don't take medicaid. with the exchanges, the government is saying the plans have to cover all these different thing, you have to charge the same rate to the healthy and sick and that doubles the cost of insurance for a lot of people. >> when you put in the medicaid piece, these numbers start adding up. this is somebody nobody in the white house or administration has talked about, is what's going to happen to medicaid, which i think is in the worst shape of any of our entitlements, likely to go bankrupt -- >> i think you have the medicaid story pretty wrong here. because of the supreme court decision, there's going to be fewer people with
with us. that's foreign tax laws. >> ours is 35% here. >> if you want to look at what they paid, i wouldn't include foreign. i'd love to see what they pay to the u.s. and other nations. >> they don't pay stuff to the u.s. because we're -- but we're induced to move our operations over there. >> i would like to see the breakdown between what they're paying here -- >> obviously they pay less on average in foreign countries but the total that they pay us -- >> means they pay above 35% here in the united states. >> right. >> i would love to see the breakdown. >> see what i mean? >> like -- >> but they can't be competitive. they can't be competitive with the rest of the world until we pay -- >> i think that is a smart study, 2004 to 2010 to see what they were paying. >> wouldn't do any good to look at what they were paying in the united states. >> sthant what the 2010 mums are? just the u.s.? >> look, the 35% plus is what you're paying on earnings. >> right. >> the rest of the world is not paying 35% plus. >> i would like to compare apples to apples. >> if it comes out above 35% with lower -- >
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. warren advised charlie to get out of law. that wasn't using the best of his talents, you are acting as an agent for someone else. charlie advised warren, he's always been an investor, his model has been grand. charlie encouraged him to buy good businesses that are only going to get better and add to them with other good businesses. warren had to get over paying more for things. >> quality. >> exactly. so, that's one. we also have -- >> robert ruben. >> yep, he talks about the importance of asking questions. learning by asking questions. jeffrey from dream works and melody hobson. this is something interesting. he says she told him something good. don't major in the minor. that means, basically, don't focus on the small things. think about the long term. i thought it was a good way of putting it. >> i love that. >> billy jean king is in there. she talks about everybody in sports says you have to go out on a high note. you have to quit when you are at your peak. you don't want to go out when you have suffered and fallen down. she says absolutely not. you want a full career. keep doing
professor of social and cultural analysis at new york university, mark alexander, a law professor at seton hall university and former senior adviser to president barack obama and katon dawson, national adviser to rick perry. katon, because the last person i quoted was chuck, i've got to come straight to you on this. i promised you yesterday, i would give you a chance to sleep on it overnight and come back and tell me, right, what kind of republican is the kind that can win? is it the cuccinelli republican or is it the chris christie republican and will the republican party take the lesson of a cuccinelli or a christie win into 2014? >> obviously, chris christie has certainly all the democrats worried. i mean, he's spoke to the base. he's spoke to the issues. he's legislatively has a good record. and the confusion from the liberal democrat side is, how is this guy winning? they like him. he's a likable candidate. he's personable. he's represented new jersey. and he's a jersey boy. he is. but how well that transfers out of new jersey is going to be the question of how they pivot when they do
their health care plan. >> a subpar policy. >> ever since the law was passed, you got to replace them with quality comprehensive coverage. >> how frustrated is he? >> we're in this together. we'll see it through. >> we need to delay the mandate tax. we need to fix this problem. >> it's been a rough couple weeks in washington. >> the shutdown was so magnificent, run beautifully. i'm so proud of these republicans. >> it's an american horror story politically. >> happy halloween. >> now that raphael call me ted cruz, he might need to get his father to tone it down, too. >> the attacks not just come from the liberals. the attacks come from the other side too. all these republicans in name only. washington is not used to what they have seen with senator ted cruz. as a matter of fact, one of those rhinos came to him within the first months like that saying, now, look, you're a junior senator. you're supposed to be quiet. and he said, i was not elected to be quiet. i'm not going to be quiet. >> was that john mccain that said that? >> i refuse to answer on the grounds that it might incriminat
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